U.S. Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) has been feeling the heat on Obamacare ever since Terry McAuliffe nearly lost the election for governor last week largely due to that issue. The heat cranked up on Warner even further when a video that his office posted to YouTube began making the rounds where Mark Warner makes an Obama-esque promise that no one who likes their current health insurance plan would lose it. Warner provided the 60th and decisive vote for Obamacare’s passage.
Now, word surfaces that Mark Warner has disabled the ability to embed the YouTube clip where he makes this pledge. For a supposedly hi-tech guy, it seems that neither he nor his staff have a clue.
BEHOLD THE TECHNOLOGICAL SUPERIORITY OF VIRGINIA VIRTUCON…
Yes, that is a working embedded version of Mark Warner’s Obamacare promise that you can keep your health insurance policy if you like it. You see, we figured that Warner would try some sort of weasel move like this, so it was just a matter of reposting the video on a different account. Ta-da!!! We even made sure that we did it in glorious 720p high definition.
It appears that Mark Warner is now afraid of his own words, so much so that he doesn’t want anyone to see them. We, however, won’t let anyone forget them.